Psychosexual Evaluations

Information About Evaluations

Starting in 2022, the cost of our evaluations is $2,500 per evaluation. This does not include testimony.

We are conducting psychosexual evaluations via telehealth, including our interview(s) with the client and the majority of the testing that we have clients complete during the course of their evaluation. There may be times when a testing measure we need to complete does not have a virtual administration option. In that case, we are scheduling testing with clients at our Rochester, MN and Brainerd, MN locations ONLY. These offices are large enough to accommodate adequate distancing. We will not be resuming evaluations at our Saint Paul, MN location until further notice.

We require that clients wear masks to their testing appointment. Failure to wear a mask will result in cancellation of the appointment. Skipped Parts, LLC staff will wear masks during the appointments.

Since our inception in 2014, we have provided sex offense specific therapy and/or psychosexual evaluations in over thirty-one Minnesota counties. We are willing to travel for evaluations (this does not apply during COVID-19). Additional fees apply for distances more than 2 hours one way.

Cost of Evaluations

$2,500

We do not bill insurance for psychosexual evaluations. For clients who are private pay, we require a minimum initial payment of $1,000 at the time of your first appointment. We require that the balance be paid prior to the release of the final evaluation. If a third party is paying for your evaluation (such as a public defender's office or other county department), we will need confirmation of this from that party prior to beginning the evaluation process.

If testimony is requested, we ask this be requested at the time of referral (for assessment clients) so that we can plan ahead for court dates in our schedule. The cost of testimony is separate from the cost of evaluations.


Skipped Parts, LLC has developed a reputation of providing research-guided evaluations with clear recommendations for courts and probation to consider when making decisions. When we conduct these assessments, we uphold the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA) 2014 guidelines for psychosexual assessments by reviewing the client’s risk for recidivism, identifying strengths and discussing protective factors relative to the client, providing recommended types and intensity of interventions, identifying criminogenic needs/dynamic risk factors to be targeted through interventions, and commenting on responsivity factors that may impact the client’s response to interventions.


Referral Form

If you are a professional and would like to make a referral for a psychosexual evaluation, please complete the referral form and submit it to us per the instructions on the form.

If you are a potential client seeking an evaluation, please contact us directly. Our contact number and email address are located at the bottom of this page.

Referral Form